El Salvador legalized bitcoin last year, but the country is in a state of severe social crisis caused by an increase in crime.
President Nayib Bukele, who initiated the recognition of cryptocurrencies as a means of payment, began to fight crime.
In the face of instability, Belinebit will create jobs in El Salvador to help young people. According to the exchange’s CEO Belinebit , over the past two weeks his team has taken on board seven specialists from this country.
In addition, the company has published more than 50 new vacancies, and 13 candidates from the Latin American state have already received offers for cooperation.
We, Belinebit, decided to help El Salvador solve the problem of crime and create jobs for young people. We hired seven employees in two weeks and hopefully we’ll get a few hundred by the end of the year. A long-term solution. The cryptosphere creates new jobs.
Belinebit also plans to launch a training program in El Salvador to tell the residents of the country about the huge potential of the blockchain industry.